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senate is claire mccascell. who could get rupert murdoch to pay for an attack? there's only one person who could do that and that person has made more money for rub earth murdoch than anyone else working for rupert murdoch. you can tweet your guesses and we will show you that person in tonight's rewrite. because it helps you keep doing what you love. no wonder it's america's #1 selling pain reliever. you took action, you took advil®. and we thank you. you took action, you took advil®. well, if itmr. margin?margin. don't be modest, bob. you found a better way to pack a bowling ball. that was ups. and who called ups? you did, bob. i just asked a question. it takes a long time to pack a bowling ball. the last guy pitched more ball packers. but you... you consulted ups. you found a better way. that's logistics. that's margin. find out what else ups knows. i'll do that. you're on a roll. that's funny. i wasn't being funny, bob. i know. oh, it's so good! if this image robbed you of the great taste of untopped triscuit... goat cheese? come on! this is america! ...sorry. [ male announcer ] 1
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initiative going. >> thanks for joining me. >> thanks. >> coming up, rupert murdoch has funded an anti-mt roey vio. coge h t do that? the answer is in the rewrite. >>> and later, rosario dawson will be here. and we'll talk about the voter registration drive today andhe on a desolate highway in your jeep grand cherokee. and when you do, you'll be grateful for the adaptive cruise control that automatically adjustsour speed when approaching slower traffic and for the blind-spot monitor... [ bping ] might not be as desolate... as you thought. ♪ who have used androgel 1%, there's big news. seg og.6 who have used androgel 1%, both are used to treat men with low testosterone. androgel 1.62% is from the makers of the number one prescribed testosterone replacement therapy. it raises your testosterone levels, and... is concentrated, so you could use less gel. and with androgel 1.62%, you can save on your monthly prescription. [ male announcer ] dosing and application sites between these products differ. women and children should avoid contact with application sites. discontinue androgel and ca
great stuff. we have seen a lot of efforts, but things like rupert murdoch's daily have not excited us on a journalistic level. but i think we are laying groundwork for some institutions that they possibly do that in the next three to five years. >> i'm wondering what you think it would take for it to go to that next level and provide quality journalism. >> i just want to offer a slight difference of opinion. i think that we are seeing a couple of things happen right now. they are positive things that are happening. while it may be true that the first wave of online-only journalism tended to be national and international criticism and opinion, which got the name of blogs, what we are actually seeing of the local level is something even more exciting than that. as newspapers have become challenged, and we have seen, sadly, the destruction of capabilities of newspaper and local television stations and other media in the local arena, we are seeing a new layer journalism being created at the local level. some startups such as the "bases and close " in san francisco, "texas tribune" out in
. >> based on what? rupert murdoch is saying look, romney ought to come out with a pathway to citizenship for hispanics in this country. that's not where the republican party is right now. >> that's not true, the platform includes for example a recognition that we've got to do a better job on guest passes for workers, there's an expansion and commitment to expand it. there's an aspect of the platform that addresses easing the process on visas so we retain the talented folks that come here to study and we encourage them to stay here. so the party is moving in the right direction. you're not going to solve the immigration problem in the hot rhetoric of a presidential campaign. and the travesty of all of this is that president obama sat on his hands for four years, before he did anything as a president to make it easier for some of the young people who through no fault of their own are in the united states and by virtue of education, service in the military a lot of us feel that they have earned a right to stay here. >> that was former new hampshire governor, john sununu on "press pass," we'
are going to bond to our brand. not even rupert murdoch would come up with that. we just did that because it is what made us feel good. now we are thinking, with the burning man project -- it is interesting. my partners and i are thinking beyond our lifetimes. it is a bit of a legacy project. which is really interesting, an interesting exercise. that makes you feel differently about the present. so what would make something that durable? what would keep it alive that long? we have been alive and have grown for a quarter-century. it may not be hard to imagine an entire century at all. now we are found in an institution that will house and generate culture, and function as a community. wondering how we can be sure that it is not perverted, subject to internal divisions, will not perish. and that is a really good exercise, too. think about doing something that will last 100 years. >> thinking about the next couple of minutes, we should have questions from audience members. who ever has a question, start lining up. i'm going to ask one more and then we can start going into the audience. you t
corporation, rupert murdoch spoke today about israel's future. news corps is the parent company of this network. hours ago, at a conference here in new york. news corps' chairman and vo rupert murdoch said people have now started to notice that israel is an excellent place to investigate. >> the 21st century the path to global competitiveness runs through israel. that's where the returns are. and i believe there are even bigger things to come. >> shepard: you rupert murdoch said its company made its own bet on israel 20 years ago when it invested in a small company there he said that investment has paid off handsomely helping the satellite television business grow and prosper. he does not exaggerate when he says news corporation wouldn't be where it is without contributions from its israeli enterprise. a teenager is getting high tech help after a gator bit his arm off. we brought you his incredible story this summer. now he has a brand new arm. wait until you see what it can do. ♪ so, i'm working on a cistern intake valve, and the guy hands me a locknut wrench. no way! i'm lik
-- and of course rupert murdoch's conservative "new york post" had him splashed across the lower right 16th edge in what many called the snooki corner. the rest of the page, of course, was dedicated to a more dynamic speaker, an empty chair. (laughter) you see-- you see, folks, the deal is that all week there have been rumors that thursday night would feature a surprise. >> inside the building a new question swirling over one person slated to speak here at the rnc on thursday night. who will it be? it is a mystery speaker. (laughter) given a high profile spot in the schedule, trace gallagher, who could it be? (laughter) >> stephen: yes-- yes, like, like fox news anchors, i believe that this means something good is coming. (laughter) yes, yes, oh, oh, oh, oh, happy anniversary, darling. (laughter) i got you a surprise. here, it's a this psatry i made for you, it's got a mystery filling. so good! now-- yes. who could, who could the mystery speaker be? was it sarah palin? was it hologram ryg an? was it me? sadly no. evidently i learned how to belch the second amendment for nothing. well, last night
. rupert murdoch believes in climate change. he is proud of making fox news the leader not just fox news, news corporation the leading green media company. the leading. news corporation! the same one that's on there and three dozen news segments that called scientists scam are tyes. yet rupert murdoch himself the ceo, brags about how much he's doing to combat climate change. how do you explain that? that is in the book. how do you explain that? it's a publicly traded company. it's a flawed mogd. i don't think there's anything wrong with people making money. but there's got to be some kind of balancing with the public god. i think "the new york times" does a good job that have. iraq war, you know, if we don't talk too much about them not fact checking the iraq war and all the people dead as a result of that. but, you know, generally speaking "the new york times" has a mission which is to provide a public service, and they're for profit. can you do that? i guess can t can be done. i know, i went off your question. >> thank you. [inaudible] what were your trusts news sources for information
fans among conservatives either. the editorial page of rupert murdoch's journal says the pre-existing calculation seems to be that he can win the election without having to explain the economic moment or even his own policies. and this flap shows such vagueness carries its own political risks. rupert murdoch has been tweeting advice. romney must offer a specific path to restore the american dream, stop fearing far right, which has nowhere else to go. rush limbaugh seems to disagree. he wants romney to stay right. >> i think the romney campaign is going to have to make some changes. they are going to have to go id logical. >> let's bring in joan walsh, author of "what's the matter with white people?" and also susan del percio, i'll go to you first. you said several weeks ago that if mitt romney were going to go to paul ryan, that would be a big mistake. congratulations. where's the campaign right now? >> that's the problem. the campaign is trying to decide should it be a mandate on president obama or a bad choice. and when mitt romney goes out there and shows a little bit of l
, how people publicly have adapted to the idea of tweeting, rupert murdoch or whether a whole range of people. and an extraordinary sort of widening of a phenomenon. >> yes. >> rose: as much as a deepening of it. >> that is correct. i think it is one of the funny things for me to observe over the last few years has been all those barriers that have been knocked out, you would first hear from an executive at a public company, well, i can't tweet as an executive at a public company and along comes rupert murdoch who is a fantastic user of the platform and you start to then see other executives. we have seen the same thing with politicians. >> rose: how is it being used differently in this election than previous elections? >> it is absolutely the case during this election that both sides of the aisle recognize that the campaign is happening in real-time. meaning it is no longer the case that the campaign can analyze tonight's debates, go out and poll people to see what they said and then issue a press release tomorrow about some sort of language. they have to do that right away, becaus
with rupert murdoch. >> in july 2011, the dwp introduced a new contract. a year later, more than 2000 apprentices have been created at no cost to the government. is the minister aware that if he rolls this out, it will create thousands and thousands of new apprentices? >> my friend makes a good and valid point. this government has a good record. it encourages departments to take an approach like he mentioned. >> questions to the prime minister. >> mr. dennis skinner. >> thank you, mr. speaker. >> i am sure that the whole house will wish to join me in paying tribute to the servicemen who have fallen since the house last met -- lieutenant andrew chesterman of 3rd battalion the rifles, lance corporal matthew smith of 26 engineer regiment and guardsman jamie shadrake of 1st battalion the grenadier guards. we send our deepest condolences to their colleagues, friends and loved ones. their courageous and selfless service to our country will never be forgotten. before listing my engagements, i would like to say on behalf of the government, and i hope the whole house, a word about the huge suc
you see it going. am standing here with these microphones makes you feel like what rupert murdoch must have felt like this morning. i have no direct knowledge of the cloud. [laughter] let me make a small correction since my academic colleagues -- you're so sensitive to this. i am lecturer at stanford university, not a professor. that is another level of this conversation teary let me extend the conversation a little bit. one of the things that it was after i left or go, i taught for many years at stanford and talk, as i told the kids, real stuff. i started a class on cloud computing. three years ago, i started a class at the university in beijing as well on this subject because i feel it is really important. we are in my opinion in the second year of a 20-year cycle that is no different than the client server cycle that happened last time around, and i think education is an important component of this. so i'm going to take my four or five minutes to educate you guys a little bit on what is this thing we call cloud computing. i'm going to try uses much plain english as i can, leave all
george soros will give $1 million behind the super pac for president obama's campaign. >>> rupert murdoch joined the wrong political party. a spokesman tells cranes new york business that the news corp ceo known for supporting israel accidentally registered with the new york independent party, a fringe group linked to anti-semitic remarks. he says he plans to reregister as unaffiliated. >>> the endst nfl referee lockout wasn't just the result of monday night's game. the refs top labor negotiator says that pressure from president obama and mitt romney helped make the difference. and does beer help shape your politics? a research firm claims those who enjoy sam adams are more likely to vote republican. hin kin is preferred by democrats and bud light drinkers tend not to have any strong political views. i drink all three. and that's your morning dish of "scrambled politics." >>> and here's your first look at how wall street is going to kick off the day. the dow closed at 13,485 after adding 72 points yesterday. the s&p 500 gained 13. the nasdaq climbed 42. taking a look at overseas trading t
that mitt romney really isn't making the case. our own rupert murdoch who runs news corporation that owns the network says that romney must draw a clear line. to win, you must open to sympathetic families. romney's calculation seems to be that he can win the election without having to explain the economic policy. a republican former senate majority leader says he needs to be clear. there seems to be a growing consensus on the right that mitt romney just as in making the case. what are your thoughts? >> welcome in the case is there to be made. we need affordable energy in this country. electricity rates continue to skyrocket. the price of gasoline at the pump is the highest it has ever been on a labor day weekend. just this past year the president continues to block the xl pipeline. mitt romney would approve that on day one. we would be producing more american energy and spending less money overseas. >> sir, you're not answering my question. does the case need to be made more clearly, more persuasively by mitt romney that this economy is in a bad state and that barack obama may not be the
. and now even conservatives, eric erickson out this morning, rupert murdoch said it, jack welch said it, i said it last week and have been absolutely pilloried by the extreme right wing. it's a reality -- he's a horrible candidate. he's got perhaps one of the worst-run presidential campaigns in modern american history. but now it's the pollsters' fault and it's the brown shirts' fault for going after this, quote, christian filmmaker, as matt drudge called him over the weekend, a christian filmmaker. >> yes, there were a couple of prominent conservative bloggers calling for the president's resignation and saying that barack obama is not fit to be president of the united states on the basis of the fact that he had sicked the brown shirts on that filmmaker in question and just, again, raises the unfortunate spector of obama derangement syndrome in some places on the right. >> and unfortunately this one you're specifically talking about, i won't even mention his name on television, is actually usually a pretty level-headed guy. but over the past week, mark halperin, conservatives on the far ri
corp ceo rupert murdoch tweeting to win romney must open to sympathetic families. stop fearing far right. the "wall street journal" criticized romney for vagueness, quote, mr. romney's pre-existing political calculation seems to be that he can win the election without having to explain the economic moment or even his policies. weekly standard also chimed in, the as sisters that you are more comprehend tent than president obama strikes many people as merely that, an assertion. as writers are often told you need to show it, not tell it. you know, what considering all of the criticism they're getting from the right or the left, maybe now we understand why the romney campaign knee jerkily responded to this crisis overseas. so back to that breaking news out of north africa and the tragic death of chris stevens and three others the same time tensions remain high outside the u.s. embassy in cairo. richard engel is live outside the embassy and andrea mitchell with me here in washington. richard, you've reported that tensions have eased a bit. >> reporter: the tensions here are somewhat fad
. >> rupert murdoch is tweeting. he says, to win, romney must open big tent to sympathetic families. stop fearing far right which has no where else to go. otherwise, no hope. that sounds like a move to the middle piece of advice. >> it's move to the middle but it's a little bit like darth vader you need to be warmer in immediatings. this is a stretch, rupert is telling us to be sympathetic, have a big tent, he owns fox news. putting that all aside, yes. even the people committed to those strategies as a prophet and political project, are coming around saying that mitt romney has to find a new way to speak to indiana voters. it's fashion to say conventions are pointless nowadays, they're not. they're the one time that people hear directly from the candidates. they spoke directly to the public and they say here's our thing, it's really vague, it's negative and we don't like obama and the public said is that all you got? >> if i can speak to that, to a certain extent all politicians try to avoid going into the details because they're messy and particularly if you're talking about cuts nobody
they possibly can by feeding us the lowest common denominator who is often emotional very rupert murdoch believes in chiement change. he is proud of making fox news the leader not just fox news news corporation the leading green media company. the leading. news corporation. the same one that's on your three dozen news segments scam artists yet rue bert murdoch himself brags about how much -- [inaudible] how do you explain that? that is in the book. how do you explain that? makes money to publicly traded company. i don't think there's anything wrong with people making money, but there's got to be some kind of balancing with the public good. iraq war, you know, if we don't talk too much about them not fact checking the iraq war and as a result of that. but, you know, speaking the new york times have a mission to provide the public service and for-profit. can you do that? i guess it can be done. i know, i'm going off here on your question. [inaudible] >> what were your trusted news sources for information? >> first thing i did to write this book, i went to the to the peer review literature.
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